This e-book will delivered to your Mail Id. Exploratory Data Analysis with MATLAB, Third Edition (English, Hardcover, Wendy L Martinez)
This ebook is sent to the Mail. Introduction to Microprocessors offered in electrical and computer technology departments; requires a prerequisite course in digital logic, but assumes no knowledge of programming.
This ebook is sent to the Mail. This book is about the fundamentals of turbomachinery, the basic operation of pumps, aircraft engines, wind turbines, turbomachinery for power generation and hydro-electric machines. It compliments courses that you will be studying in these areas by concentrating on getting the basics right.
This ebook is sent to the Mail. In this book, problems are solved using three popular software, viz. “Mathcad”, “Engineering Equation Solver (EES)” and “The Expert System on Thermodynamics (TEST)”. Some ‘free software’ are also explained.
This ebook is sent to the Mail. This book is very good for all second/third year Mechanical Engineering students. The solutions for the various problems are excellent. The Mathcad software is used very efficiently and intelligently for solving the problems.
This ebook is sent to the Mail. Several useful EES Functions are written for Exergy under various conditions and for closed systems and when there is a mass flow, for Ideal gases as well as real fluids. EES Functions are also written for entropy changes for various processes. Use of these Functions in problem solving is demonstrated.
This ebook is sent to the Mail. This is Part–V of the book: “Basic Thermodynamics: Software Solutions”. Here, Real and Ideal gases and Gas mixtures are dealt with. Very useful information on Real and Ideal gases and Equations of state are compiled.
This ebook is sent to the Mail. After explaining the concepts of Thermal reservoir, Heat Engine, Refrigerator and Heat Pump and their efficiency / coefficient of performance (COP) , two important statements of II Law, viz. Kelvin – Plank statement and Clausius statement are given. Carnot cycle, its efficiency etc are explained next.